Primary sources- which may include newspaper articles, photographs, letters, posters, and more- are an exciting way to experience history. The databases listed below allow you to search and browse primary sources reaching back to the 17th century, including books, photographs, audio files, and more.
To access from off-campus, simply enter your Hunter NetID and password when prompted.
In honor of Constitution Day, we welcome you to join Professor Philip Swan of the Library Department to explore primary source resources relating to the United States Constitution and the Founding Era on Thursday, September 28, between 1-2PM in room 530 in the Toby Cooperman Library.
Primary source literacy is crucial for understanding the historical context surrounding the foundations of our nation, making it an essential skill to celebrate Constitution Day.